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Economics
a. readily obtainable
b. (of a market) characterized by low demand or excess supply with prices tending to fall

easy

[′ē·zē]
(computer science)
A name for the hexadecimal digit whose decimal equivalent is 14.
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Teachers are judged by clarity, easiness, and helpfulness with an overall mark out of five awarded.
For about three minutes, the peaceful easiness through the still air is a miraculous feeling, like we're on some kind of cable wire suspended above.
There was, instead, an easiness with it all, an understanding that in the matter of people and plants, not much could--or should--be done to rush things.
In the more self-reflective poems from the collection, I ponder what weighs in my heart--my homesickness, the easiness of nostalgia from a distance, and the need for honesty.
Fors likes the stability that this control adds and cites the easiness of the machine startups and grade changes.
Brothers and sisters seem to have enjoyed a particularly free letter-writing relationship, suggesting an emotional easiness and welcome vulnerability not ofte n found within, say, marital couples.
Russian and Dutch experts were stunned by the sudden easiness of the operation, which dispelled fears that it would take many hours just to free the submarine from the sea-bed.
Its premises cover a large area of land for the easiness in service and to provide comforts to the guests as much as possible.
I think the goal of all art is to achieve that kind of easiness and lightness.
But Hunter is acutely aware "that Elizabethan plays are continually pushing against the limits of genre, not ignoring them but treating them with familiar easiness, playing them against one another" (5-6).
At times dispensing with his microphone, at times sitting with the audience, Marc is clearly a man at one with himself, performing with an admirable easiness and a voice to die for.